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Barley Sheaf benefit show takes humorous look at motherhood

By J. Chambless, Jan 08, 2017, Categories: Arts+Entertainment, Today, News

Proceeds from show benefit Maternal and Child Health Consortium of Chester County

A season of superstar artists and old favorites at the Brandywine River Museum of Art

By J. Chambless, Dec 27, 2016, Categories: Arts+Entertainment, Today, News

The museum's upcoming season includes 'From Homer to Hopper: Experiment and Ingenuity in American Art' and 'Andrew Wyeth: In Retrospect'

Church Street Gallery to host show by Philip Hill

By J. Chambless, Dec 01, 2016, Categories: Arts+Entertainment, Today, News

'Manhattan to West Chester' opens on Dec. 9

The sound of the holidays in West Chester

By J. Chambless, Nov 21, 2016, Categories: Arts+Entertainment, Today, News

Festive concert is slated Dec. 6

Holiday Home Tour to be held Dec. 3

By J. Chambless, Nov 07, 2016, Categories: Today, News, Local History

Proceeds will benefit the West Chester Public Library

West Chester & Chadds Ford Life Fall/Winter 2016

By J. Chambless, Oct 26, 2016, Categories: News

Stepping into the 18th-century world of Humphry Marshall, exploring historic Painter's Folly, battling it out with the Brandywine Roller Derby, and revisiting the days of the ice man.

The BattleBot builder

By J. Chambless, Oct 25, 2016, Categories: Today, News

Alex Horne, 21, is a senior at the Pennsylvania College of Technology. When he was growing up, he was the kid who was always taking things apart and putting them back together again.

Friends around the oval

By J. Chambless, Oct 19, 2016, Categories: Today, News, Recreation

The Brandywine Roller Derby may be a varied collection of sizes, skills and experience, but for every woman on the team, there is a bond of commitment and unity

Q&A: Juan Cardona

By J. Chambless, Oct 18, 2016, Categories: Today, News

Owner of Archadeck Outdoor Living

The amazing history of Painter’s Folly

By J. Chambless, Oct 12, 2016, Categories: Today, News, Local History

George and Helen Sipala will never forget the day in 1989 when they looked out an upstairs window of their Chadds Ford home and saw Andrew Wyeth painting in the backyard.